Welcome!

Very Rev. Georges de Laire, Pastor

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St. Pius X Parish-  Mission and Vision Statements

Saint Pius X Mission Statement:

The mission of Saint Pius X Parish is to be a welcoming, inclusive and vibrant faith community centered on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ; His true presence in the Eucharist and based in the Scriptures and Traditions of the Catholic Church.

Saint Pius X Vision Statement:

The vision of Saint Pius X is to make our parish vibrant and matter to our community by learning and knowing our faith; growing disciples in Christ; serving the needs of others; and strengthening a family of believers through fellowship, worship and teaching.

Good Friday Prayer and Meditation

Per request of parishioners to Father de Laire.

(Click below to obtain the link and then click on the link)

Lord Jesus Christ 2

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Sunday Mass and other information are found on:

Parish Information During the Covid-19 Pandemic page

An Important message to the Parishioners of St. Pius X Parish  from The Friends of Saint Vincent de Paul.

The Friend of St. Vincent de Paul’s Food Pantry at St. Pius will be closed from April 10 through April 25.

There will be no food distributions either Friday April 16 or Friday April 23.

We will reopen on Monday April 26 and begin accepting calls for food distributions on Friday April 30.

If you need food assistance during that time, please contact the NH Food Bank at 669-9725.

Reception of Holy Communion at St. Pius X

(click above for the guidelines)

Dear Parishioners,

  • Since, Sunday, May 24, distribution of Holy Communion was restored in the parish. I am aware that some of you may not have known of this development and I regret the limited avenues for communication available to us at this time.
  • This coming Sunday, April 18, Third Sunday of Easter.
  • Holy communion will continue to be distributed at the church. In order to facilitate a most practical distribution, I urge you to please read the guidelines provided on the parish website, and please do so before coming to church.
  • Make sure to celebrate the Mass, either on television or via the internet, before coming to receive the Eucharist.
  • The celebration of Mass at Saint Pius will be posted at 8:00AM via http://saintpiusxnh.org.
  • Distribution of Holy Communion will begin at 9:00AM and conclude at 9:15AM.
  • Distribution of Holy Communion will begin again at 11:00AM and conclude at 11:15 AM.
  • Common sense and charity dictate that, should you be sick or have cared for a COVID-19 patient in the last 14 days, that you absolutely refrain from coming to church. A reminder that no one older than 6 years old will be allowed into church without a facemask. Please bring your own
  •  As always, be assured of my continued prayers for all of us at St. Pius X. May God continue to watch over us and grant us His protection.
  • Father de Laire

Letter to the faithful regarding resuming the public celebration of the Eucharist from Bishop Libasci dated May 29, 2020.

 

 Guidelines for Confession

  • Please enter through the ramp side door and have a mask on (new guidelines)
  • Follow the arrows
  • Please no more than 9 people in the church at a time
  • Remember to maintain the CDCs recommend 6 feet social distance
  • Confessions will be heard in the “cry” room, at the back of the church
  • Once you offer your penance,
  • Please exit the church so as to give someone else a chance for Reconciliation

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SDVP LETTER lent 2021

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Today’s Readings

  • Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter April 20, 2021
    Reading I Acts 7:51—8:1a Stephen said to the people, the elders, and the scribes: “You stiff-necked people, uncircumcised in heart and ears, you always oppose the Holy Spirit; you are just like your ancestors. Which of the prophets did your ancestors not persecute? They put to death those who foretold the coming of the righteous one, whose betrayers and murd […]
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